This page lists the reference collections which most of the information on this site was gleaned from.
The Cambridgeshire Collection situated at the Cambridge Central Library in the Lion Yard (central Cambridge) holds many photographs of Carlton, along with a large variety of books and pamphlets useful to local historians.
The Cambridge Record Office is situated in Shire Hall, on Castle hill in Cambridge. They have the largest collection of local records including census information, wills, maps, photographs, books, etc. Phone for an appointment before visiting though, especially if wishing to view a map. Cambridgeshire County Council is available online here, and the Archives department here.
Many of the historical documents on this site are to be found at the CRO. They have generously allowed me to display digital photographs of these documents on this site. Paper copies or (real paper) photographic copies of the documents can be obtained from the record office for a small fee.
Enquiries have been made to identify copyright owners. Some however have not been traceable, and if anybody wishes to have content removed due to an accidental breach of copyright then please contact me here.
The Victoria County History of the Counties of England - A history of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely (published by the Oxford University Press)
VCH, Cambridgeshire, Volume II contains population data derived from the census, and a description of the earthworks at Lopham's Hall.
VCH, Cambridgeshire, Volume VI contains a lengthy description of Carlton.
The Victoria County History has it's own website for further information.
Skyviews Aerial Photography has kindly allowed the June 1971 aerial photograph of Hillcroft to appear on the website. They have a selection of historic aerial photographs of Carlton and surrounding villages from this date which can be supplied by their local agent Mr M. J. Turnbull, of Hildersham (01223) 891030.
Volume 2: South East Cambridgeshire and the Fen Edge, Alison Taylor (ISBN 1.870724.84.4)
This spends one and a half pages discussing the history of Carlton.